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Due to antisocial behaviour and criminal damage in and around Park Practice, for patient and staff safety we will only be opening the side gate to Park Practice between 8am and 6pm and the gate leading to the rear of the pharmacy between 8.30am and 6pm. Outside of these times, entry to Park Practice and the Pharmacy will be through the main entrance.  We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. 

Park Practice is now a "Parkrun Practice". Full details of where and when the runs take place can be found on:

Park Practice is now an Armed Forces Veteran friendly accredited GP practice.  More information can be found on:

Veteran Friendly Accredited Practice

Our Winter 2019 newsletter is now available - please go to 'Latest News'. Alternatively, you can Click Here to subscribe to our newsletter.

Access to Health Records

Accessing your records online

Park Practice also offers access to health records online (immunisations, allergies, coded medical conditions, consultations dates and blood test results). If you think having access to this information would answer your query, please click on `Online Services' below and sign up for Detailed Coded Record Access. Please note that you must already have online access in order to sign up for this (booking appointments online, requesting repeat prescriptions and your repeat medication history). 

online services Online Services

Copy of medical records

Park Practice respects the rights of individuals to have copies of their information wherever possible.

In order for us to provide you with the information that you require, please complete the attached form and bring it to the surgery. Please be advised that it will be necessary to provide evidence of your identity (driving licence/passport/birth certificate) and address (utility bill) in person in order for us to commence with your request.

In accordance with legislation no fee will be charged for your request, unless the request is manifestly unfounded or excessive, particularly if it is repetitive. If there is to be a charge, we will contact you before any further action is taken with details of our “reasonable administrative charges” in order to comply with your request.

PDF Subject Access Request Form

For Third Party request forms please see under 'Further Information'.

National Data Opt-Out

The national data opt-out applies to the use of confidential patient information for research and planning purposes.

The national data opt-out does not apply where:

  • data is shared for your individual care
  • there is a risk to public health or data is required for monitoring and control of infectious diseases, for example during an epidemic
  • there is an overriding public interest, for example:
    • reporting of gun wounds in line with GMC guidance
  • there is a legal requirement to share information, for example:
    • investigations by regulators of professionals (eg General Medical Council investigating a registered doctor’s fitness to practice)
    • NHS fraud investigations
    • notification of food poisoning
  • you have consented to take part in a specific project
  • anonymised data is used.

You can set your choice online at:

You will need:

  • your NHS number (a 10 digit number that you should be able to find on any document sent to you by the NHS; for example, a hospital referral letter or prescription)
  • to have an email address or phone number registered with an NHS service.

Alternatively you can call the helpline: 0300 303 5678
Or download a form here to opt out via post.

If you want to set a national data opt-out for your children, or where you have a formal proxy to make decisions on behalf of someone else, you can download a form here or phone the helpline on 0300 303 5678. 

Your individual care will not be affected if you opt out.

Confidential patient information is used to improve health, care and services across the NHS, for example for monitoring patient safety, developing new treatments or planning NHS services. Having data about as many people as possible ensures that NHS can make the best possible decisions. For example, if lots of people from a particular age group, ethnic minority or local area opt-out, then that group will not be represented in research findings. You can find out more here.

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